Nashville SC lost its first match of the USL season 2-0 to Louisville on Saturday. The result wasn't too surprising given Louisville are the defending USL Cup champions and the match was away. Still very early, but a few things stuck me. One, I'm a big believer in #playyourkids so
Nashville SC played its first match at First Tennessee Park on Saturday February 10, 2018. There was some good and bad in both the match and atmosphere. Let's start with the obvious bad - the rain. While attendance was good at over 9000 fans, if not for the rain the
On Friday Freddy Adu tweeted the following, "Have made a decision to start fresh after a year away from soccer. This decision is solely based on the fact that I want to play as much as possible this year then move forward from there. Have discovered my love for the
The USL finally released the 2018 schedule and Nashville SC fans and owners must be thrilled. The team will play the 34 league games, 17 home and 17 away, with 12 of the home matches on the weekend (10 on Saturday). There are only two teams that will make the
Nashville is the Music City so there should be some pressure on the club, supporters groups and fans to have at least one if not more of the best chants in MLS. This shouldn't be too hard. The city is loaded with talent that the club can (and hopefully has)
So I logged onto Ticketmaster this morning to see how many tickets were left for Nashville SC historic first match at First Tennessee Park versus Atlanta United of MLS on February 10, 2018. At 7:30 AM exactly. Anyway, as you see in the screenshots the lower bowl is almost sold
It’s a little odd to say Nashville SC, who hasn’t played their first game, already has a rival. No, it's not Memphis who just got awarded a USL franchise for 2019. Congrats, but Nashville SC will only play them for a year. It will be a fun BBQ Cup though.
One of the most important decisions for the long term future of Nashville SC is deciding on the structure of its youth development. Over the summer the club announced a partnership with the Tennessee State Soccer Association (TSSA) to among other things run four player camps for elite U-12 players.
I checked the Nashville Soccer website this morning and there was something new. The Assembly has become the second Recognized Supporter's Group. The other, of course, being The Roadies. The requirements to become a Recognized Supporter's Group are amoung other things having at least 50 paid members with half of
What is a Development Academy? Started by the U.S. Soccer Federation in 2007, it was meant to serve as the top tier in U.S Youth soccer and provide a place for elite everyday player development. As of the 2016-17 season, the Academy had 149 total clubs, in five age groups: